STARSkate Programs

STARSkate Active/STAR 2+

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*Minimum 2 sessions per week*

FALL / WINTER 2019/2020

Wednesday (mandatory Active Only session)

Tuesday, Thursday, and/or Friday Open Sessions

 

STARSkate Active (formally Recreational/Test) is designed to provide the recreational skater an environment to develop figure skating skills in a fun, social and safe setting.  These skaters may still participate in SkateCanada tests but are not interested in the full commitment of STARSkate, and typically do not do more than 1 competition per season.  Skaters must have completed the CanSkate Stage 6 level or demonstrate equivalent ability.  The program fee includes ice costs only.  Participants MUST contact the ASC Director of Skating or previous base coach prior to registration to arrange scheduled lessons. The ASC Coaching Team will then provide you with all policy information and fee guidelines for billing. Please refer to our ASC Team Coaches page for detailed coaching information.  ***All coaching fees are paid directly to the coaches.

 

This program incorporates dryland classes that focus on improving balance, coordination, and flexibility.

  • Minimum 2 sessions per week ​

  • CompetitiveSkate and STARSkate test are exclusive. A skater cannot do both.

STAR 1

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*Mandatory both designated sessions per week*

FALL / WINTER 2019/2020

Tuesday and Thursday - On-Ice and Dryland Training both sessions

*Qualified to skate on any Open / Star 1+ sessions in addition to STAR 1 only sessions*

 

The Star 1 program  is designed for the skater who has graduated from the StarSkate Prep program or is currently working on their first SkateCanada STAR test. The ASC Coaching Team will provide you with all policy information and fee guidelines for billing. 

*** The program fee includes ice costs only.

***All coaching fees are paid directly to the coaches (invoices sent at the end of each month or spring/summer session).

 

Please click the link for coaching information: MOVING TO STAR 1 

This program incorporates dryland classes that focus on improving balance, coordination, and flexibility.

STAR 2-3

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*Minimum 3 sessions per week, including one morning*

FALL / WINTER 2019/2020

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and/or Friday

 

The Star 2-3 program is designed for the skater who has moved up from the Star 1 program by completing the Skills or Freeskate Star 1 tests. The ASC Coaching Team will provide you with all policy information and fee guidelines for billing. Please refer to our ASC Team Coaches page for detailed coaching information. 

***The program fee includes ice only. 

***All coaching fees are paid directly to the coaches.

 

This program incorporates dryland classes that focus on improving balance, coordination, and flexibility.

 

Star 2-3 skaters are required to skate one morning on an OPEN STARSkate session – MANDATORY

STAR 4 +

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*Minumum 3 sessions per week, including one morning session*

 

FALL / WINTER 2019/2020

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

 

The Star 4+ program is designed for the skater who has moved up from the Star 2-3 program by completing any of the Skate Canada Senior Bronze tests.  The ASC Coaching Team will provide you with all policy information and fee guidelines for billing. Please refer to our ASC Team Coaches page for detailed coaching information. 

***The program fee includes ice costs only.

***All coaching fees are paid directly to the coaches.

 

This program incorporates dryland classes that focus on improving balance, coordination, and flexibility.

  • Star 4+ skaters are required to skate one morning on an OPEN STARSkate session – MANDATORY

Open / STAR 1+ Sessions

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FALL / WINTER 2019/2020

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

 

The OPEN STAR 1+ session is for all levels of skaters that are working on a SkateCanada test.  If you are NOT a STAR 1+ skater and would like to attend this session OR you have an Airdrie Skating Club coach referral; contact the Airdrie Skating Club Administrator or Director of Skating.  The ASC Coaching Team will provide you with all policy information and fee guidelines for billing. Please refer to our ASC Team Coaches page for detailed coaching information. 

***The program fee includes ice costs only.

***All coaching fees are paid directly to the coaches.

Non-member skaters must have their primary coach contact the ASC Director of Skating if they are interested in attending any of our STAR 1+ sessions, prior to registering.

 

This program incorporates dryland classes that focus on improving balance, coordination, and flexibility.

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